"Ardent" is an album by Philadelphia poet/musician Adam Fieled. All the songs were written by Fieled, and all the instruments on the album were played by him. The album was produced by Matt Stevenson at Webster Street Studios from 1/04 to 7/04, and released on the WSG label that year. Topics: adam fieled, ardent, rock music
Notes towards an understanding, in ontology, of the soul, expressed here in compressed matrix form using the Purification Chain and Space Between. Topics: space between, the purification chain, ontology, compressed matrix
A compilation of notes employing literary theory apparatuses to initiate a discourse about literature online. Topics: internet, literary theory, twenty-first century literature, literary criticism, reception velocity,...
This is a comparative analysis between Picasso's blue period masterpiece "The Old Guitarist" and American artist Abby Heller-Burnham's "Learning to Dance." Topics: the old guitarist, learning to dance, visual art, painting
This essay is meant to follow up the Argotist essay "Composite Ideologies" and also an essay entitled "Benjamin's Desktop" that has appeared in multiple places. As a refinement, the piece links the Internet not only to Deconstructionism but to Romanticism, Modernism, and Post-Modernism. Topics: Adam Fieled, Internet Theory
An investigation into Kant's conception of the noumena/thing-in-itself, as expressed in his "Critique of Pure Reason." Topics: immanuel kant, critique of pure reason, noumena, causality, ontology, epistemology, adam fieled,...
This piece, from the ontology/aesthetics collection "Changes," focuses on the relationship between Deconstructionist theory and metaphysics. Topics: adam fieled, changes, ontology, aesthetics, derrida, deconstructionism
This postulate attempts to make an ontological incision regarding the difference between existence and subsistence in matter, substance, causality. Topics: ontology, schopenhauer, existence, subsistence, philosophy
This version of "Quiddities," by American poet Adam Fieled, features an extended Apologia. Cover painting is "Learning to Dance" by Abby Heller-Burnham. Topics: quiddities, american poetry, american art
This, Adam Fieled's page from Otoliths 16 (poet-editors issue), contains a brief interview and "On the Possibilities of Multi-Media Readings." Otoliths Ed.: Mark Young. Topics: otoliths 16, american poetry
The first draft of this was issued as a seminar paper by Adam Fieled at Temple University in Philadelphia in 2007. This is a re-draft, which addresses eighteenth century "sensibility" as manifest in English verse. Topics: adam fieled, thomas gray, robert burns, sensibility, synecdoche, temple university, philadelphia
An investigation into Kant's conception of the noumena/thing-in-itself in his "Critique of Pure Reason." Topics: immanuel kant, critique of pure reason, noumena, adam fieled, ontology, epistemology, philosophy
"Equations," by Adam Fieled, was first released as a print book by Blue & Yellow Dog Press (ed. Ray Farr) in 2011. This is the entire book on mp3. Topics: american poetry, equations, blue & yellow dog press
Apparitions and Lost Twins brings together the first two pdfs of a series about the Philadelphia Renaissance of the Aughts. Topics: philly free school, aughts philly, philadelphia renaissance, american art, american literature
Apparitions and Lost Twins brings together the first two pdfs of a series about the Philadelphia Renaissance of the Aughts. Topics: philly free school, aughts philly, philadelphia renaissance, apparitions and lost twins
The third and final part of a piece by Adam Fieled which attempts to establish a new critical ethos around Irish poet William Butler Yeats. Topics: william butler yeats, edwardianism, english literature, literary criticism, adam fieled
The first section of a piece which explores a new critical ethos around Irish poet William Butler Yeats, aligning him with Edwardianism rather than Modernism. Topics: william butler yeats, irish poetry, english literature, literary criticism, edwardianism, modernism
A second set of notes detailing a critical/analytical reaction to Flaubert and his "Sentimental Education," focusing on form/theme dynamics, the ocular, and "missing interiors." Topics: gustave flaubert, literary criticism, literary theory, fiction, french literature, nineteenth...
From the group poetry blog As/Is, this post features a segment of Phenomenology : Cheltenham Elegies, addressing Cheltenham Elegy 261 by American poet Adam Fieled. Topics: adam fieled, as/is, cheltenham elegies, elegy 261, american poetry, literary theory, phenomenology
This page, frozen from October 10, 2011 on the collective poetry blog As/Is, features Cheltenham Elegies from the "Ghosts By The Ice Skating Rink" sequence in Adam Fieled's '12 Blazevox print book "Cheltenham." Topics: adam fieled, cheltenham elegies, ghosts by the ice skating rink, cheltenham, blazevox, american...
The Apparition Poems in this chapbook were drawn from a larger manuscript of Apparition Poems completed by Adam Fieled in late 2013. Cover picture is "The Departure of Hector" by Jacques-Louis David. Topics: adam fieled, a dozen leaking buckets, apparition poems, american poetry, american literature,...
This is a series of pieces which originally appeared on the blog Adam Fieled's Fair Game. Each piece tackles a popular song or album released in 1967, and the manner in which it reacted to the burgeoning counterculture of the time. Topics: popular culture, rock music, music criticism
These five pieces are drawn from the blog Adam Fieled's Fair Game. They concern a group of rock recordings made in 1967, and the manner in which they responded to the burgeoning counterculture of that era. Topics: adam fieled, adam fieled's fair game, rock music, the sixties
"Opera Bufa" was released as a print book by Otoliths in 2007. It was the first full-length print book by American poet Adam Fieled. It has been taught at Loyola U. in Chicago and elsewhere. Topics: otoliths, opera bufa, american poetry